Wow in the World: Two Whats?! and a Wow! Think & Tinker Playbook: Activities and Games for Curious Kids

by Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz
$8.99
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From the creators of the #1 kids podcast Wow in the World comes an interactive, science-based activity book based on their daily game show, Two Whats?! and a Wow!

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-13/EAN: 9780358470151
  • ISBN-10: 0358470153
  • Pages: 80
  • Publication Date: 06/30/2020
  • Carton Quantity: 64

About the book

From the creators of the #1 kids podcast Wow in the World comes an interactive, science-based activity book based on their daily game show, Two Whats?! and a Wow! 

 

Choose between three unbelievable science statements to identify the true wow fact from the fallacies—and then learn the why and how behind the wow! But that’s not all! After each round, tackle a STEAM-based challenge using a few household items and a lot of creativity. And discover even more science fun in the sidebars, which are filled with brain-bursting facts and figures. 

 

Packed with Wow in the World’s signature, family-friendly humor and fascinating science facts, the Two Whats?! and a Wow! Think & Tinker Playbook will provide hours of learning, laughs, and wows.

About the author
Mindy Thomas

Mindy Thomasis the Co-Creator, Head Writer, and Co-Host of NPR's Wow in the World, as well as Creator and Host of the Gracie award-winning Absolutely Mindy morning show on SiriusXM's Kids Place Live channel. In addition to her on-air work, she serves as the Chief Creative Tinkerer at Tinkercast and is a known as an expert in children's radio, literature, and independent family music. This year, she was named the 2019 Alumni of the Year for the University of South Florida's Zimmerman School of Mass Communications, and profiled in The Washingtonian magazine. She is inspired daily by her two wildly imaginative and curious kids and lives in Northern Virginia.  

Guy Raz

Guy Raz is the creator, editorial director, and host of three programs for NPR, including How I Built This, TED Radio Hour, and the children's program Wow in the World, which are heard by more than 15 million people every month all over the world.